New and Improved!

One of my favorite comedians, Brian Regan, does a bit on the “new and improved” concept – he says, “I don’t think you need the word ‘new’.”  If it’s new, it can’t already be improved – and if it’s been improved on the original, it can’t also be new.  I’m not here to argue symantics, but I like how he thinks!

New and Improved!When MyRealtorCoach.com got started, it was designed to reach out to my own Keller Williams Select Realtors in Maryland.  With three locations and many Associates who cannot make it to a particular class or another, I decided a blog format would best help them get easy access to the information from class.  Additionally, I hoped that some of the local Realtors would get a chance to sample our training and want to see what else we have to offer.  This class (GO F.A.R.) is only one of many classes that we teach locally every week, all year long.

The result?  In less than four months, well over 1,000 unique visitors came to this site; and the attached presentations and documents were viewed and downloaded more than 1,500 times.  I hope that each visitor has found something unique and helpful for your business.

As a result, I have decided to continue this blog with added content from more of our classes.  Our training schedule is more robust than ever this year, as we have added more instructors and broadened the scope of our content to address the full range of needs that Realtors are facing in a changed environment – including information on wealth building and financial planning.

If you’re coming back – welcome back to the “improved” MyRealtorCoach.com!

If you’re a first time visitor – welcome to the “new” MyRealtorCoach.com!

If you enjoy the content – PLEASE leave me a comment on the blog post you find most helpful!  Add your own ideas; together we can make 2010 our best year yet!  Stay tuned . . .

Dave

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One Response to New and Improved!

  1. Thea says:

    Great post Dave!

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